UC Center for Health Informatics


The UC Center for Informatics faculty participate in several biomedical and health informatics educational programs around the UC Academic Health Center.

Graduate Programs

  • Clinical and Translational Research Informatics Track,
    Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Research

    The UC Department of Environmental Health in partnership with the Center for Clinical & Translational Science & Training hosts the Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Research, the goal of which is to provide a strong educational experience for future clinical researchers. Candidates include those with prior training in any health profession (e.g. medicine, dentristry, nursing, pharmacy, etc).

    Students with a particular interest at the intersection of biomedical informatics and clinical/translational research can select to enter the Clinical and Translational Research Informatics (CTRI) track.

    Students enrolled in the CTRI track, will take a series of courses focused on the domain, participate in a regular seminar series, and engage in research experiences in one of our real-world laboratories under the supervision of an informatics faculty mentor. Students in the CTRI track are expected to present the findings of their research in one or more peer-reviewed venues.

  • Bioinformatics Graduate Training
    Available through the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Cincinnati, the Bioinformatics Graduate Program enables students to interact closely with nationally recognized scientists in the Division of Biomedical Informatics at Cincinnati Children's Medical Center and UC's Department of Environmental Health.

    Through course work and collaboration with our faculty, students develop expertise in the relevant domains of mathematics, statistics, computational science, basic biology, molecular biology, and biomedicine.

Mario Medvedovic, PhD, Alexey Porollo, PhD, and Jarek Meller, PhD are developing Web-based software and servers that scientists can use to extract and extrapolate specific bioinformatic and functional genomic data for their research.

More Information

UC Center for Health Informatics
PO Box 670840
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0840

If you are visiting or sending a parcel, please use:
260 Stetson St., Suite 4200
Cincinnati, OH 45219